Integrity Farm Ends 2018 on a High Note While 2019 Rolls in With More Wins
Updated: Jun 29, 2021
Izabelle Quadracci of Hartland, Wisconsin, rode her way to the reserve championship in the $10,000 NAL Adult Jumper Championship aboard Tipperary Hill at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. Photo: Johnny Quadracci
Oconomowoc, WI – December 18, 2019 – Trainers Kathleen Caya and Natalie Hansen of Integrity Farm, are looking forward to the 2019 show season after ending 2018 on a high note, with their riders taking home top ribbons from indoors and plenty of championships from the season.
The Wisconsin based business, with two properties, is the largest hunter jumper business in southern Wisconsin, frequently traveling to the Chicago area, Kentucky and Ohio to show. Most people can’t even pronounce ‘Oconomowoc’, yet Integrity Farm keeps Wisconsin in the news by earning plenty of championships.
Izabelle Quadracci and Tipperary Hill at the Washington International Horse Show. Izabelle Quadracci of Hartland, Wisconsin, rode her way to the reserve championship in the $10,000 NAL Adult Jumper Championship aboard Tipperary Hill at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show, ending her season with cause to celebrate. The Marquette University student also placed 6that the Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) in the Adult Jumper Championships.
Elizabeth Brock and Ensor took home a seventh place ribbon in Pennsylvania in the $10,000 NAL Adult Jumpers. Photo Johnny Quadracci Elizabeth Brock and Ensor took home a seventh place ribbon in Pennsylvania in the $10,000 NAL Adult Jumpers and finished 13th in the WIHS Adult Jumpers in Washington, where an unfortunate rail on the last jump in the jump off kept her out of the top 12.
Halle Quadracci and Cilke Quality SC . Photo Johnny Quadracci Halle Quadracci, Hartland, Wisconsin, and Cilke Quality SC put in a solid first round in the Children’s Jumpers at the WIHS with only four faults in her first time at an indoor championship.
Kathleen Caya and Zorro show holiday spirit accepting blue for the $1,000 USHJA Green Incentive Stake. Photo Andrew Ryback Photography With many other clients also wrapping up a great season, Integrity Farm headed into the 2019 season with top ribbons at Ledges Sporting Horses in Roscoe, Illinois. Zorro and Kathleen Caya, won the $1,000 USHJA Green Incentive Stake and Caya with Scirocco, won the National Hunter Derby.
Kathleen Caya and Natalie Hansen with Scirocco accept the award for the USHJA National Hunter Derby win.
Kathleen Caya shows her team spirit with Susan Wallace Schmidt and Landia 5. Photo Andrew Ryback Photography Amateur Adult Hunter rider Susan Wallace Schmidt took the division by storm with Landia 5, taking home home the $500 NAL - North American League Child/Adult Hunter Classic win, along with the $500 Washington International Horse Show Child/Adult Hunter Classic. Her second mount, Scirocco, earned first place in the $500 Marshall & Sterling League Child/Adult Hunter Classic. Other Integrity Farm riders earned top ribbons at the World Equestrian Center.
Anna Deubel and Joplin Ter Doorn. Photo Andrew Ryback Photography
Amanda Pennington aboard Geronimo. Photo Andrew Ryback Photography
Emily Slotwinski and Reno. Photo Andrew Ryback Photography
McKenna Nagy and Calvin. Photo Andrew Ryback Photography Besides showing at the National horse shows, Integrity Farm has a group that shows at some of the local shows and participate in camps at the farm. The farm stays busy with regular lessons and special events like the annual Halloween Party. “It takes a village and we’ve got a great one!” stated Caya. “We’re looking forward to 2019 and showing at some fun locations.” Integrity Farm will frequent Ledges Sporting Horses in Roscoe, Illinois throughout the winter along with the World Equestrian Center in Wilmington, Ohio after the holidays. With plenty of sale horses in tow, the group plans to head to Venice, Florida this winter for some sunshine and new faces. Integrity Farm wishes everyone a happy holiday season!
Phone: Kathleen - (608) 217-4805 Natalie - (414) 698-1934